We’ve gathered up 6 deliciously cozy holiday drinks to sip fireside this winter while you finish addressing and stamping all of your holiday cards. Enjoy!

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HOT BUTTERED RUM BATTER
This creamy and rich rum batter recipe is loaded with freshly ground holiday spices. Mmmm…

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FRESH GINGER TEA WITH SWEET HONEY CREAM
All you need to make this warming beverage is a few simple ingredients: ginger root, cream, honey, and water! A perfect tea to serve while entertaining at home on a cool winter evening.

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HOMEMADE EGGNOG

Eggnog is a holiday classic. Whether it’s something you enjoy on its own or with spirits, warm or refrigerated, it’s the perfect beverage to sip upon whilst wrapped up in blankets under cozy twinkle lights.

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HOMEMADE HOT CHOCOLATE MIX

The best part of making hot cocoa mix from scratch is that you can tailor the ingredients to create the perfect balance. Want to adjust the richness of your chocolate? Choose white chocolate chips, semi-sweet chocolate chips or anything in between. Want to add an extra kick of flavor? Try crushing up some peppermint or caramel candies and adding them to the mix.

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HOT APPLE CIDER
Apple cider is a quintessential cold-weather staple, and it’s even more cozy when you warm it up with flavorings, spices and spirits.

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MELTED SNOWMAN
Draw a sweet snowman face on marshmallows with food-safe markers and melt them into a hot mug of white hot cocoa for an adorably festive winter treat!

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